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Published December 15, 2020

Thor and Loki Embark on a Legendary Adventure in New Series

Writer Mariko Tamaki reunites with Gurihiru for more ‘Double Trouble’ this March!

Last year, acclaimed writer Mariko Tamaki teamed up with the Harvey Award-winning art team Gurihiru to produce SPIDER-MAN & VENOM: DOUBLE TROUBLE, an unforgettable series that took readers on a crazy, body-swapping ride through the Marvel Universe.

This March, the all-star creative team returns for a new installment starring Marvel’s famous feuding brothers—Thor and Loki—with mayhem that only gods can handle in THOR & LOKI: DOUBLE TROUBLE.

THOR & LOKI: DOUBLE TROUBLE

The action kicks off when Loki dares Thor to steal a powerful relic from Odin’s vault. The epic story that follows will be packed with both Asgardian adventure and high-octane action, all illustrated in the iconic vibrant style of Gurihiru.

"Gurihiru are awesome. This comic is so deeply adorable it's RIDICULOUS,” Tamaki promises. “Very excited to get to write some more adventures with Marvel characters, ESPECIALLY Thor and Loki.”

Loki has always delighted himself in getting the God of Thunder into trouble. But has he finally taken it a trick too far? Don’t miss Thor and Loki’s wildest adventure yet when THOR & LOKI: DOUBLE TROUBLE arrives this March!

THOR & LOKI: DOUBLE TROUBLE #1 (OF 4)
Written by MARIKO TAMAKI
Art and Cover by GURIHIRU

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